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Members of the Los Angeles High School class of 1897 at a reunion, Los Angeles, 1935
Date Created and/or Issued
April 12, 1935
Publication Information
Los Angeles Times
Contributing Institution
UCLA, Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library
Los Angeles Times Photographic Archives
Rights Information
Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds.
Photograph of about 28 members of the Los Angeles High School class of 1897 grouped around an upright piano at a reunion. Four of the men can be identified from another photograph of the event: Fred Golding (front row, completely visible with this right hand blurred in motion on the right), Roscoe Shrader (directly behind the pianist, in a light-colored suit and polka dot necktie), William T. McNeely (to the right of pianist, holding a cigar), and Rolie [Rollin] Podlech (his head and spotted necktie visible behind McNeely, on right, wearing glasses).
Handwritten on negative: 4/12/35. Old Timers from L. A. High of 1897.
Text from negative sleeve: Belt, Clarence L. Atty.
b&w nitrate negative
No linguistic content
Reunions--California--Los Angeles
Shrader, Edwin Roscoe, 1878-1960
Podlech, Rollin Augustus, 1881-1950
Golding, Fred Earnest, 1879-1942
Belt, Clarence L. (Clarence Leland), 1886-1953
Los Angeles High School (Los Angeles, Calif.)
McNeely, William Thayer, 1879-1960
Los Angeles Times Photographic Collection

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